SQL Database Administrator/DBA (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – January 1, 2018
The company environment was very friendly. They always maintain the work standard. Customers were so happy with this company services. They had different types of service desks to make the customers' commitment.
It was very competitive which we all loved, the pay was pretty good for a seasonal job. If anyone needed anything the manager's would help out. Also the hours were flexible that way everyone on the roster could make hours.
FLEET MECHANIC (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – September 29, 2017
Wish I did not have to move. Great place!. Great job training! Owner will take time to train you on engines and repairs. Clean mobile trucks to work out of. Small company but great company to work for.
Lead, Residential Case Manager (Former Employee) – Mansfield, CT – August 22, 2017
Committed a 100% to my clients and job. Became displaced when funding was cut.I managed 6 staff 24 hr living arrangement. Dealt with challenging behaviors.Experienced first hand how having good staff can improve a persons quality of life, enabling them to reach their goals
Demolition Worker (Current Employee) – Allegan – August 3, 2017
Love the work, tearing stuff down and enjoyed the coworkers, hard work but good work. Just thought boss wasn't honest enough with us promised things that he never delivered, and treated us pretty bad sometimes. I loved the job and didmy job 100 percent and came to work ready to work and help coworkers when needed
Installer (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 30, 2017
I loved the environment everyone is friendly and welcoming they pay well and give good hours. I say it a job worth waking up to in the morning to get the day started because im always in different areas and on the move.
Developer/Designer (Current Employee) – Draper, UT – November 2, 2016
As an intern with IDS, my team has gotten the opportunity to work with an outdated piece of software that we've been tasked to bring to the modern era. Over the past few months, we've done just that.
About 30 minutes into our internship, we go on a daily walk to get our blood pumping and out of any slump we might've found ourselves in when dealing with the project. It's a nice way to let ideas come up naturally on how to approach certain problems in the code.
Revit/ Draftsman (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 2, 2016
I worked hard and learned a lot, to many chiefs and not enough Indians, sweat shop and not enough staff to get the job done. Helped in Revit and then had it taken away from me, like a kid trying to get candy from a babysitter, not good and not good for your moral.
Company requires a lot out of you but dosen't return the favor